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Aviation International News | July 11, 2016
Every year the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) brings together a cornucopia of aircraft to attract the thousands of visitors who spend a week in Oshkosh, Wis., at the annual AirVenture extravaganza. This year, EAA has upped its game, although visitors will have to take a brief bus ride over to the EAA seaplane base on Lake Winnebago to get a close look at the marvelous, massive Martin Mars flying boat during the show, which takes place from July 25 to 31....
Aviation International News | August 20, 2018
Ethiopian Airlines has suspended its planned order for at least 20 examples of the former Bombardier C Series following Airbus’s acquisition and renaming of the program now known as the A220. The airline engaged in an evaluation of the former Bombardier program for more than two years. However, now that the European airframer controls the program’s marketing, Ethiopian has decided to wait to gain a better understanding of Airbus’s plans.“The C series is a very good airpla...
Aviation International News | August 22, 2018
European low-cost airline Primera Air has committed to extending its venture into the transatlantic low cost market with services from Brussels to Newark International, Washington Dulles, and Boston Logan airports using new Boeing 737 Max 9s. Brussels airport already hosts several short-haul low-cost carriers including Ryanair, which maintains a base there, easyJet, Air Arabia Maroc, and Iceland’s Wow Air, but Primera Air will become the gateway’s first low-cost carrier LCC offering ...
Aviation International News | August 23, 2018
Boeing and the U.S. Army inducted the first CH-47F Block II engineering and manufacturing development EMD helicopter into final assembly earlier this summer. Our progress from contract award to final assembly in less than a year is a direct result of the efficiency and reliability of the program,” said Chuck Dabundo, vice president, Boeing Cargo Helicopters, and H-47 program manager. Block II upgrades will help keep Chinooks in operation for the U.S. Army into the 2060s. The contract to de...
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